Masters 2017 Round 3 Betting Odds: Charley Hoffman, Rory McIlroy, More

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The Masters 2017 Round 3 betting odds were released shortly after Friday’s play with Charley Hoffman still among the top of the pack.

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Hoffman continued his strong performance as he did after Round One.

CBS Sports writes of Hoffman’s dominance these past two days:

A 65-75 looks strange on the card, but Hoffman has to be happy where he’s at right now. He started strong and finished strong but just seemed to lose it there in the middle of the round. Maybe it was Augusta striking back, maybe it was the impact of the moment, but five bogeys in six holes brought the rest of the field into play. The good news is that once settled, Hoffman finished with one birdie and six pars on the final seven holes.

His odds were set at 11/2.  That’s a far cry from the 125-1 odds that were being offered coming into this year’s Masters tournament.

Sergio Garcia crept into the number two spot on the leaderboard.  His odds were a generous 15/1.

“Things are happening at the moment,” Garcia said after his 3-under-par 69 finish Frida. “So I want to make sure that I keep riding that wave.”

Thomas Pietters and Rickie Fowler were both being priced aggressively even being part of the four-way tie on the leaderboard coming into Saturday.

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Rickie Fowler excels in four-way tie atop Masters leaderboard

Fowler would pay out $2000 for every $100 bet, Pietters would pay out $5000.

Fifteen players were separated by a mere five shots going into the weekend, a group that includes Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson, and even 57-year-old Fred Couples.

"I knew the first two days would be tough. We really needed to make sure we could fight through it and stay in the tournament," Fowler said. "We're in a good spot. It's going to be a fun weekend. We're going to see a lot of good golf and battle it out."

Rory McIlroy continues to hold strong as the second biggest favorite with oddsmakers despite once again failing to make the top ten cut.

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Thomas Pietters

Odds To Win 2017 Masters (4/6/17)

Golfer      Odds

Charley Hoffman    11/2

Rory McIlroy   11/2

Justin Rose    21/2

Phil Mickelson       15/1

Sergio Garcia        15/1

Jordan Spieth        17/1

Lee Westwood       17/1

Rickie Fowler 20/1

Jon Rahm       24/1

Jason Day      26/1

Justin Thomas       30/1

Paul Casey    30/1

Marc Leishman      35/1

Matthew Fitzpatrick       35/1

William McGirt       35/1

Russell Henley      40/1

Shane Lowry 40/1

Jason Dufner 45/1

Matt Kuchar   50/1

Thomas Pieters     50/1

Bubba Watson       60/1

Kevin Chappell       80/1

Adam Scott    85/1

Danny Willett 85/1

Andy Sullivan 100/1

Hideki Matsuyama        100/1

Soren Kjeldsen      100/1

Brooks Koepka      150/1

Charl Schwartzel    150/1

Brandt Snedeker    160/1

Alex Noren     170/1

Bill Haas        170/1

Henrik Stenson      200/1

Chris Wood    220/1

Kevin Kisner   230/1

Ernie Els        250/1

Patrick Reed 250/1

Brendan Steele      300/1

Jimmy Walker       300/1

Rafael Cabrera Bello      300/1

Scott Piercy   300/1

Adam Hadwin        350/1

Pat Perez       350/1

Ryan Moore    350/1

Branden Grace      450/1

Fred Couples 450/1

Gary Woodland      450/1

Louis Oosthuizen   450/1

Ross Fisher    550/1

Bernhard Langer    600/1

Daniel Berger 600/1

Steve Stricker        600/1

Angel Cabrera        900/1

Bernd Wiesberger 900/1

Billy Hurley III        900/1

Brad Dalke     900/1

Brian Stuard   900/1

Byeong Hun An     900/1

Curtis Luck     900/1

Daniel Summerhays      900/1

Emiliano Grillo       900/1

Francesco Molinari        900/1

Hideto Tanihara      900/1

Hudson Swafford    900/1

Ian Woosnam        900/1

J B Holmes    900/1

James Hahn   900/1

Jeunghun Wang     900/1

Jhonattan Vegas    900/1

Jim Furyk       900/1

Jose Maria Olazabal      900/1

Kevin Na        900/1

Larry Mize      900/1

Mackenzie Hughes       900/1

Mark OMeara        900/1

Martin Kaymer       900/1

Mike Weir      900/1

Roberto Castro      900/1

Rod Pampling        900/1

Russell Knox 900/1

Sandy Lyle     900/1

Scott Gregory        900/1

Sean O'Hair    900/1

Si Woo Kim    900/1

Stewart Hagestad 900/1

Tommy Fleetwood 900/1

Toto Gana      900/1

Trevor Immelman    900/1

Tyrrell Hatton 900/1

Vijay Singh     900/1

Webb Simpson      900/1

Yuta Ikeda      900/1

Zach Johnson        900/1

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